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Biotique Bio Papaya Revitalizing Tan removal Scrub Review

An honest review on Biotique Papaya Tan Removal Scrub comparing its benefits and efficiency on my normal sensitive skin.

  • Follow up with moisturiser and sunscreen for best results.


This Revitalizing Tan-Removal scrub is blended with pure papaya fruit to dissolve dead surface cells, unclog pore openings and smooth the way for clear skin to surface. Gentle refining action uncovers skin’s natural brightness for a younger-looking complexion.

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Biotique papaya scrub review


Papita (Carica papaya), Kela (Musa sapientum), Khajoor (Phoenix dactylifera), Neem (Melia azadiradrachita), Methi (Trgonelia foenum graecum), Yasad bhasm (Zincum), Ban haldi (Curcuma aromatica), Aam beej (Magnifela indica), Bees wax, Gun acacia (Acacia arabica), Moongphali (Archis hypogea), Himalayan water Q.S.


Massage on wet face and neck with fingertips. Avoid eye area. Remove with water or damp washcloth. Use daily or as needed.

Biotique Bio Papaya Revitalizing Tan removal Scrub Review

How Often Should We Use A Scrub?

One to two times and not more than that.

Do not scrub more than 1-2 times a week as it may result in darker skin, breakouts, irritation, redness and decrease in cell turn over rate.

How Long Should We Scrub?

Scrub anywhere between one minute to 90 seconds. Scrub mildly and massage gently for longer periods rather than scrubbing too harshly and too frequently.

Biotique Bio Papaya Revitalizing Tan removal Scrub Review

My Experience

Skin type – Normal Sensitive

I have been using this for more than 7 years.This might be my third or fourth tub. I already use a chemical scrub that has been already reviewed, AHA Glow Gel. Hence i do not use physical exfoliators/scrubs because it might be too harsh for my sensitive skin.

Chemical exfoliators does help stimulate collagen production, slough off dead skin cells, remove tan , brightens and tightens my skin. I use it once a week 🙂

The Biotique papaya scrub is beige in colour and has a thick consistency. The granules are black in colour and are neither too small nor too large as to make your skin sore. It does help remove dead skin cells and blackheads.

This scrub works well as a body scrub and helps remove tan on hands and feet.

Biotique Bio Papaya Revitalizing Tan removal Scrub Review

The Biotique papaya scrub does not make your skin dry. But there aren’t any instant tan removal effects. At least not in my case. After scrubbing, i leave it on as a face pack  for 15-20 minutes before washing off. If you have older tan you may have to use the face scrub multiple times to get rid of it completely.

Biotique Papaya Scrub Side Effects

There is a burning sensation near my nose area and upper lips. It did not irritate my sensitive skin though. The area just felt numb for some time. I get this exact reaction on my skin towards all their face packs too. 🙁 I am not too sure whether it is good or bad for my skin in the long run.

Extremely sensitive skin should avoid this face scrub and go for other mild scrubs. Chemical exfoliants are best suited for this skin types.

You can use this as a scrub twice a week. If you are using this to remove tan, it would be better to use this as a daily face pack (without scrubbing). 🙂 I have tried this method for a week when i got badly tanned years ago.

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  • Budget friendly
  • Easily available
  • Exfoliates dead skin cells
  • Makes skin smooth and soft
  • Cleanses the skin
  • Unclogs pores
  • Does not cause breakouts
  • Suits all skin types
  • Did not irritate my sensitive skin
  • Removes tan on consistent usage
  • Best when used as a face pack


  • May not suit extremely sensitive skin
  • Burning sensation on upper lip and nose area 🙁
  • No instant tan removal
  • Large granules when over scrubbed may cause redness and darken skin tone. You have to be extremely gentle when using this face scrub.



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